Content for Volume Two considers the relationship between tāngata whenua and the wider Moananui-a-Kiwa and was developed during a wānanga held with participating writers, Dr Emalani Case, Hanahiva Rose; guest speakers Bridget Williams, Cassandra Barnett, Sean Mallon, and Aroha Rangi. As with Volume One, we are supported by our editorial board, Professor Robert Jahnke, Sean Mallon and Professor Huhana Smith.
Articles in Volume Two reflect the breadth and beauty of ngā toi Māori including the Aotearoa Moana Nui A Kiwa Weavers, Maureen Lander, Rangi Hetet, Reweti Arapere, Pacific Sisters, Ngāti Porou carvers, Israel Randell, Ruth Buchanan Ayesha Green and Bob Jahnke. We are also pleased to include a republished text from a rangatira of te ao Māori, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku.
Content: Ka Raranga Tonu Tātou i a Tātou: Aotearoa Moana Nui A Kiwa Weavers 1983-1994 by Hanahiva Rose. Artist Interview Ayesha Green. Te Pou: Sovereign Seeing and Indigenous Art at Matairangi by Dr Emalani Case. Artist Interview Ruth Buchanan. Ngā Tapuwae o Haunui-a-Nanaia: He Whakawhitinga Kōrero ki a Reweti Arapere by Dr Terri Te Tau. Artist Interview Professor Robert Jahnke. E tūhura ana i te wairua o te wāhine toa \ Exploring woman as warrior: Curating Pacific Fashion Activism by Nina Tonga. Artist Interview Israel Randell. Ekphrasis Mahi hāro by Anahera Gildea. Review A Whakapapa of Tradition: 100 Years of Ngāti Porou Carving 1830-1930 by Ngarino Ellis and photographs by Natalie Robertson by Dr Amber Aranui. Republished Text We Will Become Ill If We Stop Weaving by Emeritus Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku.
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